The Cut File Challenge Week Six – Elle’s Studio

Welcome to Week 6 of The Cut File Challenge! This week I am using this cute pie chart cut file from Elle’s Studio. There are five images in this set for only $1.99!

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And here’s my layout:

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This layout features a photo of me, holding Baby Pattie, my six-year old’s baby doll who I often babysit. 🙂 On this day, Pattie is very fussy and apparently wants fish sticks, which I am unaware of since her little mommy neglected to give me that information! I was also given a phone so the little mommy can check in from time to time to make sure I was doing a good job. Sadly, I was scolded for not giving Pattie some fish sticks!

I have so much to learn. 🙂

I began this layout by  positioning the cut file toward the center bottom of the layout. I backed the cut image with pattern papers from the new Amy Tangerine Oh Happy Life Collection. This was such an easy process and the colors from the papers added a lot of interest to the overall design of the layout!

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I made each part of the pie chart a description of things I had to do while babysitting Pattie. I think was rather successful!

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I created a cluster of embellishments around the photo and used two Thickers fonts for the title – both by Amy Tangerine. I used a flower and feather stamp from the collection to add a bit of movement to the page. I love this stamp set!!!

The entire layout is mounted on another piece of pattern paper from the collection. I used an orange branding strip at the bottom of the layout to serve as an anchor. I finished the layout with Heidi Swapp mist (Black Velvet). This was such a fun layout make!

And for your viewing pleasure, here’s the process video for this layout! Be sure to check out the digital cut files from Elle’s Studio and have a great scrappy weekend!

 

 

3 thoughts on “The Cut File Challenge Week Six – Elle’s Studio

  1. Andrea says:

    Victoria you are the best at capturing memorable moments in time. I would love to browse through one of your scrapbooks. Keep telling your story.

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